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from Houston Chronicle

World's only real pirate treasure dug up and coming to Galveston

The Whydah sank in 1717 carrying hundreds of thousands of gold coins and other artifacts.  It is the only pirate treasure ever found.  More is still being found at the wreck site off the coast of Cape Cod. Photo: Barry Clifford Expedition Whydah

Expedition Whydah: The Story of the World's First Excavation of a Pirate Treasure Ship and the Man Who Found Her

PROVINCETOWN. EXPEDITION WHYDAH. 10 to 5 daily, closing October 31st Touch and see 300 year old silver pirate coins, Akan gold jewelry, cannon, cannon ball, rare navigation instruments, pirate pistols, sword hilts, ships rigging a…

Expedition Whydah is a pirate ship that sunk off of Wellfleet, Cape Cod in 1717-come see for yourself the artifacts & treasures on Cape Cod in Provincetown!

"Expedition Whydah: The Story of the World's First Excavation of a Pirate Treasure Ship and the Man Who Found Her" by Barry Clifford & Paul Perry

Expedition Whydah: The Story of the World's First Excavation of a Pirate Treasure Ship and the Man Who Found Her: Barry Clifford,Paul Perry: 9780060929718: Amazon.com: Books